Gil Hedley, PhD is a recognized continuing education provider for several different professional organizations.
Different organizations have different requirements for continuing education courses. Please check below to see which courses are currently approved for credit by the organization relevant to your profession (massage, Pilates, yoga, etc.).
We are continually looking to include new organizations in our roster for credit. Please feel free to submit suggestions to us, and check back frequently to see what new courses have been registered.
NCBTMB: In-Person (with NYS approval)
“Gil Hedley, Ph.D. is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider and is also sponsored by NCBTMB to teach New York LMTs continuing education that is accepted by the state of New York for license renewal.”
If you are a NY LMT seeking credit, please email us at [email protected] once you have received your certificate so that we may notify the NY Board of your completion.
NCBTMB: Online (with NYS approval)
CMTBC - In-Person
CMTBC - Webinar Practical Information (via Livestream only, pre-recorded content not yet eligible)
National Pilates Certification Program - In-Person
National Pilates Certification Program - Online
Anatomy from A-Z: Muscle Layer: The Gluteals, Tensor Fasciae Latae, Sartorius, Gracilis (9.5hr/CE)
International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) - Online
Yoga Alliance - In-Person & Online
As a "professional with significant experience and education in a subject related to at least one Educational Category", Gil is recognized as an expert according to the standards of Yoga Alliance, and thus his content may count towards continuing education credit in the Anatomy and Physiology educational category.
Once you complete a for-credit course with the required quiz, you will receive a certificate of completion. You can then submit the certificate to your professional organization of choice.
No, there are some courses on the site that are either not designed for credit (such as video-only free courses) or have not yet been submitted to registration organizations for credit (like some of the courses in the A-Z archive). Keep an eye on the list on this page for updates.
Different credentialing organizations allocate credit in different ways. Some count the final quiz towards hours of credit; some don't. Some have a maximum numbers of hours that they will allocate for a given program; others have no limit. We do our best to obtain the most accurate continuing education number of hours for you.